Itinerary: For Kids

Posted on: August 1st, 2012

ForYourArt Selects Events, Programs, and Exhibitions for You Around Particular Themes and Interests

This week, we’ve pulled events, programs, and exhibitions from around Los Angeles for children. What are you interested in? Tell us! Email submit@foryourart.com with ideas.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 3

Animation August Screening: Bolt
Hancock Park (Miracle Mile)
Screening Begins at Sundown
Presented by LACMA, this free film event features a screening of the animated film Bolt. Families are welcome to bring a blanket and picnic to enjoy during this outdoor event. Pets on a leash are allowed. The series happens every Friday evening during August.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 4

Slanguage Jr. Art Workshop #3
LA><ART (Culver City)
12pm
Led by a group of LA-based contemporary artists, this workshop provides an opportunity for children and youth ages 5 to 13 to make their own works of art in a variety of media including  collage, painting, sculpture, and installation. RSVP required at slanguageRSVP@laxart.org.

Garden Concerts for Kids
Getty Museum (Brentwood)
4pm
The Getty continues its concert series for kids with a performance by Justin Roberts and the Not Ready for Naptime Players. Roberts returns to the Getty with tunes from his latest Grammy Award-nominated album, Jungle Gym. Giant pounding drums, vintage electric guitars, strange and fanciful time changes, soaring vocals, and elegant French horns conquer the heights of Jungle Gym.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 5

ReVISIONS of LA
LACE (Hollywood)
1pm
Presented by LACE, this free arts workshop features drawing lessons from artists Jocelyn Grau, Veronica Duarte, and Andrew Sexton. The intention of the workshop is to explore how urban environments are constructed and what that means to our everyday lives. Materials are provided.

Sunday Studio
MOCA (Downtown)
1pm
Inspired by MOCA’s current exhibition The Painting Factory: Abstraction After Warhol, this free workshop gives participants an opportunity  to tour the exhibition and make paintings that explore popular culture and technology.

Image:

Still from Disney’s Bolt